Moving Towards Blueprint 2020
Innovation involves continual engagement, collaboration, networking, and improvement. Organizations need to trickle down what innovation means and the innovation vision for the organization to individuals in order to improve the culture of innovation.
- Bringing in Innovation, types of innovation and innovative practices
- Planning for Your Organization’s Future
- Assessing and Measuring Innovation
- Innovating Current Processes
- Tackling Challenges of Innovation
- Change Management
In addition to strategy and training, we help organizations demystify innovation by putting in place processes and structure around innovation so it is consistent, measurable, transparent, well communicated, and implementable.
We customize our services for each organization and bring a different approach to challenges based on where the organization is in terms of innovation maturity. Each department is different in their innovation needs. We work with you to assess and identify areas to enhance as organizations move towards Blueprint 2020.
Check out our training courses to see how they align with the new Key Leadership Competencies to promote continuous learning. Two new competencies have been introduced, promoting innovation and guiding change, and collaborating with partners and stakeholders. These align with ‘the Clerk’s vision for a public service that is collaborative, innovative, streamlined, high performing, adaptable and diverse’.
Our work on innovation and design thinking within the federal government has included :
- Designing and facilitating a series of multi-disciplinary in person and virtual sessions for the Community of Federal Regulators (CFR) to define and develop templates for regulatory guidance with 26 Federal Regulators and 18 external organizations for which the client won numerous awards, including a 2016 Public Service Award of Excellence and 2016 Health Products and Food Branch (HPFB) ADM Award for Excellence
- Designing Innovation Lab sessions for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) centering around themes of collaboration, leadership and technology which resulted in nine ideas being approved to move into implementation phase by the Executive Committee
- Designing and facilitating Hack-a-thons with Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) tackling four Policy Challenges at Startup Canada Day on the Hill (Topics included women entrepreneurship, youth entrepreneurship, social innovation and disruptive technology in Government)
- Designing and facilitating extremely successful and engaging discovery design thinking session to address challenges around Canada’s Innovation Agenda for Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED)
- Developing training curriculum for Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) on Policy Innovation
- Designing and facilitating a Hack-a-thon with Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED), Design Thinking Meets Public Service Head On – Re-imagining what government could look like through design thinking
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